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FISHING KNOTS
Here is a selection of knots featuring all of the best fishing knots for fresh water, saltwater and fly fishing applications.

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Albright Special
Bimini Twist
Blood Knot
Double Uni
Dropper Loop
Eye Crosser Knot
Improved Clinch
Knotless Knot
Nail Knot
Non Slip Mono Loop
Offshore Swivel Knot
Palomar Knot
Perfection Loop
Rapala Knot
San Diego Jam Knot
Seaguar Knot
Slim Beauty Knot
Snell Knot - Traditional
Snell Knot - Uni Version
Surgeon’s End Loop
Surgeon’s Knot
Trilene Knot
Uni Knot
World’s Fair Knot

ROPE KNOTS
Here you will find a selection of essential rope knots that can be applied to boating, camping, and general utility rope work.

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Backup Knot
Bowline
Bowline on a Bight
Buntline Hitch
Carrick Bend
Cleat Hitch
Clove Hitch
Constrictor Knot
Double Fisherman’s
Figure Eight
Half Hitch
Honda Knot
Mooring Hitch
Munter Hitch
Prusik Knot
Rolling Hitch
Running Bowline
Sheepshank
Sheet Bend
Square Knot
Timber Hitch
Tautline Hitch
Trucker’s Hitch
Water Knot

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Disclaimer: Any activity involving rope can be dangerous and may even be life threatening! Knot illustrations contained in this web site are not intended for rock climbing instruction. Many knots are not suitable for the risks involved in climbing. Seek professional instruction. Many of these knots have histories of use tracing back hundreds of years. However, many critical factors in their use today cannot be controlled, including: the appropriateness of knots used in particular applications, the age, size, and condition of ropes (knots weaken the rated breaking strength of rope anywhere from 50% to as much as 80%, even more in the case of old and worn rope); and the accuracy with which these descriptions have been followed. No responsibility is accepted for incidents arising from the use of this material.